The crisis created by the Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in a generalised climate of anxiety, which has increased stress levels and which can lead to insomnia even in people who do not usually suffer from it. While it is true that good sleep is essential to health in normal times, it becomes even more so in this period of confinement.
Sleep is a natural recurrent state of unconsciousness from the outside world, accompanied by a progressive decrease in muscle tone that occurs at regular intervals.
The average human spends one-third of their life sleeping. Sleeping well is essential ...
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